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The New York Times Makes Two Moves

The New York Times has made two editorial moves today. Below are the highlights.

  • Jared Bernstein, a former member of President Obama’s economic advisers team, is now a regular contributor to the Times’ Economix blog. From 2009 to 2011, Bernstein served as the chief economist for Vise President Joe Biden, and executive director of the White House Task Force on the Middle Class.
  • Rachel Donadio has been named European culture correspondent for the Times and the International New York Times. Donadio has been with the Times since 2004, most recently serving as Rome bureau chief.
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New York Times Makes Changes in Europe

A slew of changes to some New York Times foreign desks has been announced. Pay attention now, because there are quite a few. Below are the highlights, followed by a massive Times memo that gives more details.

  • Steve Erlanger is succeeding John Burns as London bureau chief. Burns will remain chief foreign correspondent, but move on to sports coverage.
  • Alissa Rubin is departing as Kabul bureau chief to take over as Paris bureau chief. Rod Nordland will succeed her in Afghanistan.
  • Rachel Donadio is departing her role as Rome bureau chief. The Times hasn’t indicated what she’s doing next yet. Jim Yardley is replacing her.
  • Alison Smale is succeeding Nick Kulish as Berlin bureau chief. Kulish is moving on to East Africa, where he’ll cover for Jeffrey Gettleman, who is on book leave. 

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